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Posted by: irene | 2010/05/03

BIG PENIS CAUSING PAIN

I have a boyfriend whose penis is very big,im experiencing a lot of discharge and pain around my vagina and abdominal pain.The discharge is not thick ,watery ,no foul smell not itchy either.what can i do,could there be an STI?what could be wrong?how do i get used to the big size?

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There appear to be two issues here. The discharge and abdominal pain could be indicators of an STI so rather check it out rather than leave it.

As for the size of his penis - if it is a girth (or width) issue, then plenty of good lubricant (not KY jelly, something like Sylk, or Durex Play, or Astroglide, etc) and taking it slow with you in control of the pace. It could also help if you assist your pelvic floor muscles to relax by 'bearing down' as if you are trying to push out (this ironically relaxes the muscles - think about what happens in natural childbirth). The female superior position also tends to open up the pelvis and thus the structural limitations.

If length is also an issue, then you need to instruct him on shallower penetration, it might help for him to put his hand/fingers around the base of his penis and agains his pelvis to prevent the deeper penetration.

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Posted by: Sexologist | 2010/05/05

There appear to be two issues here. The discharge and abdominal pain could be indicators of an STI so rather check it out rather than leave it.

As for the size of his penis - if it is a girth (or width) issue, then plenty of good lubricant (not KY jelly, something like Sylk, or Durex Play, or Astroglide, etc) and taking it slow with you in control of the pace. It could also help if you assist your pelvic floor muscles to relax by 'bearing down' as if you are trying to push out (this ironically relaxes the muscles - think about what happens in natural childbirth). The female superior position also tends to open up the pelvis and thus the structural limitations.

If length is also an issue, then you need to instruct him on shallower penetration, it might help for him to put his hand/fingers around the base of his penis and agains his pelvis to prevent the deeper penetration.

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Posted by: simone | 2010/05/03

hi.Nice guy shut up and speak only in case what u say is smarter than silence.
irene just try to use lots of luberication and ask him to keep u in control.that is when u say stop he should stop.try different positions and see what is the most comfortable.if not see a doctor and ask for more advice.

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Posted by: smart | 2010/05/03

cut the damn thing in half....must be a alien

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Posted by: XXX | 2010/05/03

You should take control by changing positions ie you on top,so you can stop him thrusting in too deep.You might also need to ask him not to thrust in all the way.
Obviously lots of foreplay and lubrication will also help.
If you think it might be an STI,then rather get it checked out.
Practice safe sex.

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Posted by: Nice Guy | 2010/05/03

You cannot get used to it, leave him.

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